A group of Ithaca College students have formed a new club on campus, IC Animal Rights, to tackle issues concerning animal rights.
A study by the American Association of University Women published in October found that college-educated women working full time make an average of 82 percent of their male counterparts’ salaries just one year after graduation.
As attention surrounding the affirmative action Supreme Court case gains momentum, colleges and universities are preparing for the court’s ruling and discussing the implications the policy may have on educational admissions.
IC 20/20 has charged the Task Force for Instructional Delivery Models with outlining how the college can offer more online courses and degrees and also enable students studying abroad or working in internships to take college courses from their computer.
Ithaca College is raising faculty awareness about an education law that requires early notification of textbook and class material prices.
Recent revelations of inflated SAT scores, retention rates and other information have cast doubt on the validity of college ranking systems and raised concerns over how colleges manage and report their data.
Ithaca College’s Information Technology Services completed a yearlong transition from Webmail to Microsoft Live@edu, a system that includes Outlook Web App as the new email service.
Last Wednesday, the City of Ithaca’s Common Council approved 7-2 a motion by Cornell University to build nets aimed at preventing more suicides under three city-owned bridges.